Tag Archives: web 3.0

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In Social Media What Do YOU Want Next?

Most of the top social media sites have been busy in the last few months making adjustments and (arguable) improvements to their algorithms, site designs, and features.  It seems that there is a new race to offer their users incentive to stay, be active, and

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Digg Town Hall Prompts New Site Announcement

From Soshable, one social media site in the works lays some cards on the table in an effort to generate the funds necessary for launch. The Digg Town Hall Meetings so far have been like bad sex in a bad relationship. There’s too much time

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If Digg Won’t Listen to its Users, We Will

The Digg Town Hall Meetings so far have been like bad sex in a bad relationship. There’s too much time in between causing a buildup that has to be released. When the climax finally comes, it’s too short and completely disappointing. Mashable.com, who hosted a

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Startups End Down – Bring Sexy back to Geeky

Read Mashable.  Techcrunch.  Any of the websites that follow startups.  Trends emerge.  Hopes are high.  Hope is lost.  Startup rises.  Startup ends down.  The question is, “why?” Instead of going into any of the dozens of high-potential startups that we looked at from 2007 that

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Hybrids: The Potential Web 3.0

What is Web 3.0? What would you like it to be? Please express your opinions in the comments below. Over the past several weeks, I have been privy to many projects in different stages of development. One thing that seems to hold true for many